Question about Facebook Social Network
Problem reported by someone else in March 2009 - I am not able to access facebook at all, I have a small yellow triangle on the bottom of the page which says "done but with errors on page". I cannot logon at all! what is causing this? does anybody know? May 30, 2009...wondering if you can help me out in solving a similar problem? Using a Toshiba laptop (dial-up), when I select the Facebook login from the internet or my favourites, there is a yellow triangle with a black exclamation mark in the lower left corner and beside it it reads "Done, but with errors on page". If you double-click on the exclamation mark it opens up the box as I've described below. When I enter my e-mail address and password, there is a time-out 'circle' that spins beside my cursor... indefinitely. If I right-click on the screen and select REFRESH it re-opens the login screen and the triangle/exclamation mark are gone and it states: Done, however, when I enter my e-mail address and password, the same response occurs...spinning time-out circle (hour-glass) appears and no matter how long I wait nothing happens...!!! ARRRRRRRRH...!!! Internet Explorer Problems with this web page might prevent it from being displayed properly or functioning properly. In future, you can display this message by double-clicking the warning icon displayed in the status bar. Line: 24 Char: 1 Error: Object doesn't support this property or method Code: 0 URL: http://facebook.com/login.php Thanks, ***** I have a similar problem. On both my computers at home, I cannot log onto Facebook.com The page I get looks almost like a Blackberry web page - all text and no html. I use to be able to get on Facebook.com from home but no longer. Any suggestions? I have tried both Foxfire and Explorer 7 (I cannot change to IE8 due to a website I need for work) At home I use a high speed cable access - 5MB I do use XP and not vista at this time.
When you get to facebook, look in the bottom left hand corner and double click on the little world icon and click add site. You want to add facebook to the allowed site list.
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